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The league’s most prolific trader while with the Houston Rockets, Morey swung two draft day deals designed to address his new team’s biggest weakness.Daryl Morey Needed Three Weeks To Fix One Of The Sixers’ Big Problems|Jared Dubin|November 20, 2020|FiveThirtyEight
Meacham, the prolific historian, profiles John Lewis in this biography, released one month after the congressman’s death.
A prolific defense is a necessity when Justin Fields is waiting in the wings.With A Win Over Ohio State, Indiana Would Be In The Big Ten Driver’s Seat. Wait, What?|Josh Planos|November 18, 2020|FiveThirtyEight
No one died as a result, but the prolific hackers involved did make their money, which means all the incentives are there for more attacks—just as coronavirus rates continue to rise rapidly around the western world.
The Reds have been one of the most prolific attacking teams in the Premier League since Klopp took the helm in 2015, and that remains unchanged.Liverpool And Manchester City Look Ordinary. Are They?|Terrence Doyle|November 12, 2020|FiveThirtyEight
Tim Pool, a journalist who covered Occupy Wall Street prolifically, also makes sure to hit the gym more than once a week.
I grafted these scions on hybrid plum trees where they took hold readily, and in 1938, they began to bear prolifically.Growing Nuts in the North|Carl Weschcke
All sorts of garden truck here grow prolifically, almost without cultivation.From Chart House to Bush Hut|Charles W. L. Bryde
He has taken some part in politics, but he continues to write, though not so prolifically as before.The Short-story|William Patterson Atkinson
In addition to appearing at the opera Garcia pre continued to compose prolifically.Garcia the Centenarian And His Times|M. Sterling Mackinlay
Periplaneta americana: Fungus developed prolifically with a density equal to that on original host.The Biotic Associations of Cockroaches|Louis M. Roth